Royal Wedding:Princess Marie’s Wedding Tiara

In 2008, Prince Joachim married Marie Cavallier, and she still wears her wedding tiara to this day at formal occasions.   The bride wore an off-white gown with a three-metre-long train designed by David Arasa and Claudio Morelli from fashion house Arasa Morelli.  Her tiara featured sweeping designs with pave set flowers set at the top of the headpiece.  For the beginning of the ceremony pictures show her lace veil over top of her tiara giving her headpiece even more of a delicate ornate look.  Her veil was held in place with the tiara who belonged to her new mother-in-law.  Following the ceremony, the couple left the church in a vintage car to attend a wedding banquet at their new joint residence.  Marie Cavallier was a stunning bride, and seems to be a very down to earth woman....  Look at her wedding photos...............

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark arrives to attend the wedding between Prince Joachim of Denmark and Marie Cavallier on May 24, 2008 at the Mogeltonder church in Mogeltonder, Denmark.

Princess Martha Louise departs after she attended the wedding between Prince Joachim of Denmark and Princess Marie of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat, at the Mogeltonder church on May 24, 2008 in Mogeltonder, Denmark.

Pictures From Royal Forum, Princesses Live Blog

Marie Cavallier's Wedding Tiara

Marie Cavallier's Wedding Tiara

Joachim and Marie, Prince and Princess of Denmark

Marie Cavallier's Wedding Tiara

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    Such a great article which The bride wore an off-white gown with a three-metre-long train designed by David Arasa and Claudio Morelli from fashion house Arasa Morelli. Her tiara featured sweeping designs with pave set flowers set at the top of the headpiece. Thanks for sharing this article.